Access: Coming from Turin at the exit of the West Avigliana ring road at the roundabout take the SS 24 for Susa. After about 2.5 km there are the two roundabouts of Villar Dora. After the last roundabout, another three km is covered and on the right (third street on the right) is Caprie. Continue on the road until the first intersection. Turn left, go straight for about 50 m and then turn right following the sign for Caprie centro. Follow the road that turns left to the first square (on the left is the Cooperative of Caprie). Take the first road on the right and park on the square. From here you can see the Paretine. Continuing towards the walls along the road from which you arrived turn right and you find yourself in the square S. Rocco in front of the church of Caprie. Turn left and then immediately left again following the road between the houses. After a few tens of meters the road stops and becomes a path between the walls. As soon as the right wall is finished, take the path that goes up. After about 50 meters take the path that climbs to the right. A wooden sign indicates the cliff. Passing a couple of steps with steps, after a few tens of meters of ascent, you are in front of the Paretina di Destra, which is separated from the Paretina Centrale by a scrub of boxwood. The Paretina di Sinistra (Kingdom of Sardinia) is located about ten meters on the left and above the Central Paretina. technical notes: Caprie's walls are a complex of walls that are being rediscovered and re-encased, enriched by numerous new proposals. The use of the helmet is recommended since it is a very recent nailing wall. On the Central Paretina there is also a second equipped shooting (5a, 25m) that you can climb continuing after "Pantapagliaccio" or after "Il Conte di RoccaBianca" (it is indifferent) reaching the cusp (equipped break). From here with a minute of trail to the left you can easily reach the Haiku Falesia. To return to the Paretine two doubles on equipped stops climbed earlier (80m rope not enough to make a single double).